Her follow-up release Living in My Head is powerful, showcasing her Celtic-inspired piano-driven folk.
I wouldn’t be surprised if you hear this track on the next thriller movie soundtrack.
‘Lily-Rose’ jams out in a pensive way, some thoughtful piano strokes adorning Shivers’ strong, silky vocals.
Shivers’ voice, harmonizing with another singer, swamped the venue in a sound that was emotional and authentically beautiful.
Mackenzie Shivers lives up to her last name as she engenders that feeling whenever listening to her music.
Open your ears and you’ll be welcomed in Neverland - a warm, comfortable, and precious place for any heart, lonely or wounded, to cure.
Lily-Rose’ feels like a traditional folk song, with a contemporary love story that in itself can be considered timeless.
The rolling drums drive the Gaelic rhythm of the the song, as an earthy acoustic guitar meets a dancing staccato piano piece.
Gorgeous and spilling over with intricate details.
The piano is nostalgic, Shivers’ voice is timeless. It soars like a bird and hums like a dragonfly. Sometimes it sounds like strings and sometimes like woodwind.
Mackenzie’s voice can soar above the music or fit in as part of an ensemble sound, expressing a variety of emotions and feelings as she varies her voice’s tone and volume. [...] The piano work was some of the best I’ve heard in pop or alternative music in a long time.